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Funeral Service Administration

Erin Anderson

Vocabulary Review for test 1/19/12.

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Across
11.a news item concerning the death of a person which usually contains a biographical sketch.
12.person who holds him/herself out as being engaged, for compensation, in preparing, other than by embalming, for the burial or disposition of dead human bodies
17.The meeting between the funeral director and the client family during which the funeral arrangements are discussed.
19.Usually a classified notice publicixing the death of a person and giving those details of the funeral service that the survivors have published.
22.Quality of one's voice.
24.Considered to be the keystone of the funeral rule
26.the collection, tabulation, and interpretation of data concerning birth, marriage, divorce, sickness, and death
27.The request, usually by a family member, for a funeral home to transfer the deceased from the place of death to the funeral home for them to carry out the wishes of the next of kin regarding funeral service. Sometimes called first call or initial notification.
28.Cadaver. Body used for medical research and medical purposes including transplantation and anatomical dissection.
29.false teeth
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1.the act of any person associated with or arranging for disposition of human remains for compensation from the time of the first call until internment or entombment services are completed; until the body is released for transport to a crematorium or released to public carrier.
2.a public officer whose chief duty is to investigate questionable death.
3.act of placing the dead human body in the ground
4.products and services the customer may decline to have and therefore are not obligated to pay for. (ex:Embalming)
5.one who supplies the vital statistical information concerning the deceased.
6.a portable stretcher commonly employed in a transfer vehicle for the moving of the deceased.
7.forensically trained physicians whose duties are to investigate questionable/unattended deaths. (replaces coroner)
8.usually implies a high level of usage; refers chiefly to the choice of words, arrangement, and the force accuracy.
9.the loudness of one's voice.
10.an automobile generally used for transporting the uncasketed dead human body from the place of death to the mortuary.
13.The removing of the dead human body from the place of death to the funeral home or other designated place.
14.The reduction of a dead human body to inorganic bone fragments by intense heat in a specifically designated retort or chamber.
15.basic services. The only fee which the consumer cannot deny unless state or local law requires otherwise.
16.An approach to infection control in which all human blood and certain human body fluids are threated as if known to be infectious.
18.legal document containing vital stats, disposition, and final medical information pertaining to deceased.
20."Accomodation", "Cash Disbursement"; any item obtained from a third party and paid for by the funeral provider on the purchaser's behalf.
21.Making of sounds of speech: the way in which a sound, word, or language is articulated, especially in conforming to an accepted standard.
23.one who conducts a religious service or ceremony; may serve denominations as members of the clergy or serve the unaffiliated public at large.
25.Placing of remains in a crypt in a mausoleum.

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